How amazing is this? Artist Nicholas Rougeux has removed the words from many of the world’s great texts, creating unique visual depictions of punctuation. The results are fascinating! Learn more about the books with no words project here. QUESTION: Which classic book...
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If you've been around long enough, you know that certain kinds of punctuation are trendy (hello, em dash!). And some are like the pets that you put in the backyard when company comes over (we're looking at you, parentheses). Dashes, commas, colons, and ellipses are...
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As writers, we are advised to vary sentence length in our work or run the risk of either boring the reader to death or coming off as an amateur. Readers of creative writing are heavily influenced by the flow of the writing and can easily be turned off by work that...
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